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    jayjay229051
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    How do I set an MP3 as a ringtone? The book said to go to Start, Settings, Phone, than select MP3 song as ring type. But mp3 song is not an option. What do I have to do?


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    lordvader
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    Quote Originally Posted by jayjay229051 View Post
    How do I set an MP3 as a ringtone? The book said to go to Start, Settings, Phone, than select MP3 song as ring type. But mp3 song is not an option. What do I have to do?
    Just drag the mp3 in the storage card
    should work
    & u can also make a Folder - MY Documents
    & store all ur Ringers in there



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    rsqemt911
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    pick the mp3 out of whatever/whereever you have it stored and right click on it ... it will pop up a menu and 1 of the choices is set it as a ringtone ... it will then copy it to the ringtone folder



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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    thanks this help out a lot



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    Spitfire007
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    Wait i have a quesiton i just got the tilt and i dragged 10 ring tones over and none of them showed up, then i synced my media players and i see 3 songs but i can right click on them by holding them down but there is no option to set as ringtone how can i set them as a ring tone, is there a limit on size or length of it the file size is 555kb and 56 seconds
    Last edited by Spitfire007; 06-27-2008 at 08:24 AM.



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    lordvader
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    Quote Originally Posted by Spitfire007 View Post
    Wait i have a quesiton i just got the tilt and i dragged 10 ring tones over and none of them showed up, then i synced my media players and i see 3 songs but i can right click on them by holding them down but there is no option to set as ringtone how can i set them as a ring tone, is there a limit on size or length of it the file size is 555kb and 56 seconds
    To show up as ringtone it has to be in wav format
    your rings could be Mp3
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    Spitfire007
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    Quote Originally Posted by lordvader View Post
    To show up as ringtone it has to be in wav format
    your rings could be Mp3
    no i got it, for all that have HTC Tilt to set a mp3 as ringtone all you do is drag it into any folder in your tilt then open that folder up with the explorer and then you will see it



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    Liquid Shield
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    I have the PPC6800 from Alltel. What I did was I just like they have explained it in the previous posts is drag the mp3 to my storage card folder in my phone. Then went to start > settings > sounds and notifications > Notifications, went to event to choose Phone: Incoming Call under that it fully recognized the mp3 and put it in the drop down list. It should be the same for the tilt as it was for mine I could be wrong if I am please let me know.



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    lordshwa
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    should be a "My Ringtones" folder under "My Device" -> "My Documents"



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    jenjen623
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    Re: Setting a MP3 as a ringtone for the AT&T Tilt

    Thanks for the help!



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